Sridev Suman Subharti Medical College MBBS students to be shifted


MBBS students of Sridev Suman Subharti Medical College can be shifted to other colleges. Students admitted under the government quota will be shifted to three state-run medical colleges and management colleges in private colleges, SGRR medical college, and Himalayan Institute. It has been mentioned in the Supreme Court’s filing status report.
The status report says that Vice Chancellor of HNB Medical Education University Prof. Hemchandra inspected the college headed by a six-member committee. According to the committee, the establishment in the medical college and hospital is not in accordance with the MCI norms. 22 percent professors and 12 percent of SR-JR posts are vacant. The government will also take two to three years to complete the standards. Currently, MBBS course is not possible here.
Two years old students are studying here recently. Every year, 75 students have been admitted to the government quota and 75 in management quota. There are no vacancies in the colleges where these students are to be shifted. But the government believes that this is the only way.
The MCI is requested to allot seats in these colleges under the temporary arrangement. And that arrangements will be made in Subharti Medical College during this period. The matter was heard in the Supreme Court on Thursday. Court has sought a report from the MCI. The MCI has asked for some time. Now the next hearing will be on January 16.


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